Jun 27, Answer from NGAJune 27, 0. Here's how I've seen this problem solved -- after planting the beans, place an arc of concrete reinforcing wire over the row. The plants grow up through the wire, and are supported by it. It keeps them from falling over, and keeps beans off the ground.
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Aug 31, Plant bush bean seeds about 1 1/2 inches ( cm.) deep and 3 inches ( cm.) apart. If you are planting more than one row of bush beans, the rows should be 18 to 24 inches (46 to 61 cm.) apart. You can expect the bush beans to germinate in about one to two treelop.buzzg: Wellesley MA. Apr 02, Bush bean plants are usually ready to harvest in roughly a month after planting whereas pole bean plants produce beans over a longer period of time but are slower to get started.
By the mid- to late summer, bean plants will start to look tired. However, as you head into the fall, it's not too late to try for another bean treelop.buzzg: Wellesley MA.
May 12, Beans planted in spring 2 inches deep or more may rot and fail to germinate. Beans planted at the end of spring or in summer may dry out and die if sown less than 1 inch deep.
Plant beans about 1 inch deep in early spring; 2 inches deep later in the season. Seedlings are sheared or cut at the soil level, wilt and fall treelop.buzzted Reading Time: 8 mins.